Literature and Psychology

The relationship between literature and psychology has always been as productive as it has been intimate. Find out some curious psychological facts about certain books and stand-out title, and which authors you should consider reading to gain more wisdom and well-being.

Long Live The Antiprincesses!

Nadia Fink is an Argentine writer who came up with the idea of ​​writing a collection of stories about women who break the stereotype of fairy tales. They are stories made for children and seek to overthrow sexist ideas promoted by Disney “princesses,”…

9 Psychology Books Worth a Read

In bookstores around the world, the psychology genre is one of the most popular among readers today. Managing our emotions and understanding how we operate internally is essential to leading a full life, which is why psychology books are excellent tools for knowledge and…

Dream and Take Flight!

In 1970, Richard Bach published a novel that was not only one of the most beautiful in history, but also made many generations think: Jonathan Livingston Seagull. It’s an epic tale of how a seagull learns about life, flying, and a song about the journey of self-improvement. It’s…

For You, the Book-Lover

For you, the book-lover. You who plunges into the pages of a book as if diving into the sea, with the familiarity of arriving at a place you know well, and at the same time, with the sensation of adventure and…